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D (dee) stems after cleanup, 60-inch cyclotron. Photo taken 8/16/1944. 60"-43 Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Seward, Alaska, view

4/64. Anchorage - 4th Avenue debris during cleanup. See photos 882, 301A, 297, 621 (looking east)

Seward, Alaska, view

3/65. Anchorage - Overlooking Fourth Avenue Graben after cleanup and reshaping. See photo 305

4/64. Anchorage - Cleanup work on Forth near 4th and D. See photo 904

4/64. Whittier - RR yard cleanup

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

U. S. Air Force personnel, from the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC) 9th Air Force, use heavy equipment to clear fallen trees near a small building during post-Hurricane Elloise cleanup operations. The 823rd CES is a Rapid Engineering Deployable Heavy Operations Squadron, Engineer (Red Horse)

U. S. Air Force personnel, from the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC) 9th Air Force, use backbone and heavy equipment to clear fallen trees during post-Hurricane Elloise cleanup operations. The 823rd CES is a Rapid Engineering Deployable Heavy Operations Squadron, Engineer (Red Horse)

A member of the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC) 9th Air Force, drives a piece of heavy equipment to clear fallen trees and debris near a small building during post-Hurricane Elloise cleanup operations. The 823rd CES is a Rapid Engineering Deployable Heavy Operations Squadron, Engineer (Red Horse)

U. S. Air Force personnel, from the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC) 9th Air Force, use heavy equipment to clear fallen trees near a small building during post-Hurricane Elloise cleanup operations. The 823rd CES is a Rapid Engineering Deployable Heavy Operations Squadron, Engineer (Red Horse)

U. S. Air Force personnel, from the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC) 9th Air Force, use heavy equipment to clear fallen trees near a small building during post-Hurricane Elloise cleanup operations. The 823rd CES is a Rapid Engineering Deployable Heavy Operations Squadron, Engineer (Red Horse)

U. S. Air Force personnel, from the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) assigned to Tactical Air command (TAC) 9th Air Force, employ a jeep and heavy equipment during post-Hurricane Elloise cleanup operations. The 823rd CES is a Rapid Engineering Deployable Heavy Operations Squadron, Engineer (Red Horse)

A United States Air Force colonel from Aviano Air Base, Italy, talks with medical personnel assisting in cleanup operations following a severe earthquake

Front Loader Loading Snow into a Dump Truck during Cleanup Efforts after the Blizzard of 1978 in New England

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Charles Irby, a member of the 57th Equipment Maintenance Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team, checks an unexploded bomb during CORONET CLEAN, a semi-annual range cleanup program

Members of the 57th Equipment Maintenance Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team roll a defused bomb toward a waiting truck during CORONET CLEAN, a semi-annual range cleanup program

Members of the 616th Aerial Port Squadron unload equipment from a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft onto a K-loader. The equipment will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound

The men who unloaded a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron (3rd MAS) C-5B Galaxy aircraft gather in front of the aircraft after their work is done. Four members of the 3rd MAS kneel in the front row; five civilians and eight members of the 616th Aerial Port Squadron are behind them. The aircraft carried equipment that will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound

An airman climbs the stairs of a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft before the front ramp of the aircraft is lowered. The Galaxy is carrying equipment that will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound

A civilian employee checks the position of a pallet equipment on a K-loader. The equipment, which was brought to Alaska aboard a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft, will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound

SENIOR MASTER SGT. George F. Burghardt of the 616th Aerial Port Squadron lends a hand to another squadron member pushing a pallet of equipment onto a K-loader. The equipment, which will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound, was brought to Alaska aboard a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft

A view of a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft as it is unloaded by members of the 616th Aerial Port Squadron. The aircraft brought equipment that will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound

Members of the 616th Aerial Port Squadron push a pallet of equipment from the cargo area of a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft onto a K-Loader. The equipment will be used in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker EXXON VALDEZ in Prince William Sound

A civilian employee drives a K-loader along the flight line. On the loader is equipment brought to Alaska aboard a 3rd Military Airlift Squadron C-5B Galaxy aircraft for use in the cleanup of the oil spilled by the tanker Exxon Valdez in Price William Sound

The Dock Landing Ship USS JUNEAU (LPD 10) approaches the pier with the help of a tug boat. The JUNEAU is in Alaska to provide support for the military and civilian personnel involved in the cleanup of the oil spilled when the tanker EXXON VALDEZ ran aground in Prince William Sound on March 24

Captain (CAPT) Ted S. Willandt (second from the right), commanding officer of the Dock Landing Ship USS JUNEAU (LPD 10), talks about the Navy's role in the EXXON VALDEZ oil spill cleanup during a briefing aboard the JUNEAU. Behind him are US Air Force (USAF) Lieutenant General (LGEN) Thomas G. McInerny (left), Commander, Joint Task Force Alaska; Coast Guard Vice Admiral (VADM) Clyde E. Robbins (second from left), Commander, Pacific Area; and Rear Admiral Edward B. Baker Jr. (right), Commander, Amphibious Group Three

Navy and Marine personnel stand on the flight deck of the dock landing ship USS JUNEAU (LPD-10) as the hangar bay door is opened. Two CH-46E Sea Knight helicopters sit on the deck, the helicopter on the left from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 166 (HMM-166). The JUNEAU is in Alaska to provide support for the military and civilian personnel involved in the cleanup of the oil spilled when the tanker EXXON VALDEZ ran aground in Prince William Sound on March 24

A lieutenant commander talks with a group of sailors on the flight deck of the dock landing ship USS JUNEAU (LPD-10). Behind them is a CH-46E Sea Knight helicopter from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 166 (HMM-166). The JUNEAU is in Alaska to provide support for the military and civilian personnel involved in the cleanup of the oil spilled when the tanker EXXON VALDEZ ran aground in Prince William Sound on March 24

Captain (CAPT) Ted S. Willandt, commanding officer of the Dock Landing Ship USS JUNEAU (LPD 10), talks about the Navy's role in the EXXON VALDEZ oil spill cleanup during a briefing aboard the JUNEAU. At left is Coast Guard Vice Admiral (VADM) Clyde E. Robbins, Pacific area commander of Amphibious Group Three, is at right

An officer from the amphibious transport dock USS AUSTIN (LPD 4) sweeps debris from a street during cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo, which devastated the area on September 19th

A member of a decontamination team picks up a metal canister used to store leaking chemical artillery rounds as the cleanup of a contaminated area begins during Operation CROCODILE, a training exercise for medical, decontamination and chemical reaction team personnel

As an Army video cameraman films their activities, a decontamination team stages boxes of gear on a plastic sheet before beginning their cleanup of an area during Operation CROCODILE, a training exercise for medical, decontamination and chemical reaction team personnel

A military helicopter flies over an area in which cleanup activities are taking place as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid Kurdish refugees who fled from the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

Military personnel wear masks as protection against inhaling ash during cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Mount Pinatubo's eruption. The volcano, which came alive for the first time in over 600 years, erupted on June 10th.

Ash covers a village near Subic Bay in the aftermath of the June eruption of Mount Pinatubo, a volcano that came alive for the first time in over 600 years. Crew members from the submarine tender USS PROTEUS (AS-19) are assisting in the cleanup of the area

Ash and mud remain in some spots on the pier after a cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell on the base during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo. The fleet oiler USNS PONCHATOULA (T-AO-148), are in the background

Two Seabees perform preventive maintenance on a truck while a Navy photographer's mate videotapes other Seabees at work in the background. Several Seabee units are at the air station to aid in the cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

A Seabee cleans battery cables while performing preventive maintenance on a dump truck. Several Seabee units are at the air station to aid in the cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Catherine T. Hogan sets up her video camera to film a Seabee working in a maintenance shop. Several Seabee units are at the air station to aid in the cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

A Seabee performs preventive maintenance on a truck while Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Chaterine T. Hogan videotapes other Seabees at work in the background. Several Seabee units are at the air station to aid in the cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

A Seabee hoses out the bed of a dump truck that is being used in the cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

A Seabee hoses off a dump truck is being used in the cleanup of the volcanic ash that fell during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

A Seabee operates a front loader while taking part in the cleanup of volcanic ash that fell on the naval station following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo.

Seabees use a front loader, left, and a bulldozer to consolidate piles of volcanic ash during cleanup of the ash that fell on the naval station following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo.

Relief workers and base personnel eat lunch in the base exchange parking lot during Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

Relief workers and base personnel eat lunch in the base exchange parking lot during Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

SGT. Cindy Zimmerman and AIRMAN 1ST Class Candice Kotch serve food to base personnel eat lunch in the base exchange parking lot during Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

Members of Co. D, 4th Bn., 325th Inf., 82nd Airborne Div., take part in a parade honoring the various military units that assisted with cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the area on August 24

A member of Company D, 4th Battalion, 325th Infantry, 82nd Airborne Division, salutes to onlookers from atop an M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) as he and his unit take part in a parade being held in honor of the various military units in the area that assisted with cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

MASTER SGT. Glenn Parker, 438th Mobile Airlift Control Element Reaction Communications Squadron, erects satellite communications antennas in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

CAPT. Lewis, a medical officer of Co. B, 4th Bn., 325th Inf., 82nd Airborne Div., tends to a heat casualty during the Perrine parade. The event is being held in honor of the various military units in the area that assisted with cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the region on August 24th

Members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 (NMCB-133) take part in cleanup efforts on Route 6, Nimitz Hill Road, in the aftermath of Typhoon Omar, which swept through the area on August 28th

Musician's Mate 3rd Class Gayla Murray assists residents of Sinajana with cleanup efforts at the local elementary school in the aftermath of Typhoon Omar, which passed through the area on August 28th

Military uniforms hang on clotheslines at the Harris Life Support Center. The uniforms belong to soldiers of the 6th Engineers, Fort Rucker, Alabama who assisted in the cleanup operation after Hurricane Andrew swept through southern Florida

Cleanup efforts take place at a site used for disposal of pesticide containers several decades ago

AIRMAN 1ST Class Jeff Leyshon (left) and Samuel Crow (right) from the 2nd Security Police Squadron (SPS), Barksdale, LA, help Haitians with the cleanup of their Camp

Overview of Camp #5 Macalla. The Joint Task Force 160 and Cuban migrants cleanup and help prepare for the construction of hard back tents

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